- For those who have been considering buying Ryzen 7 5800X or Ryzen 5 5600X, are you now considering buying Ryzen 7 5700G or Ryzen 5 5600G instead, considering the cheaper prices?
No, but I will wait to see if there is a v-cache version of the 5800X coming.ID: h07rhw3
Is it supposed to make much diff?ID: h07s4pi
Another 15% performance when cpu bound on top of the zen3 gains would make it a pretty nice upgrade from my 3700X.ID: h07sr97
I'm kinda waiting the same, tho the integrated GPU might come as handy given I've been trying (and failing) to buy a new GPU for months and my 470 has been unstable for the past 6-8 months, probably on its last legs.ID: h07wwfe
yeah... im wondering the same.. but might not work on x470 mobo hmm..?
One thing to consider is the number of available PCIe lanes. I believe the Ryzen APUs have 8 PCI lanes permanently assigned to the iGPU, lowering the lanes for the top PCIe slot on the MB to x8.ID: h08q7k8
They’re also PCIe3 for some odd reason. RIP fast SSDs
I watched the Computex video and thought to myself "holy hell, the 5700G is a ringer."
Then I bought a 5800X this morning when I saw it on sale at Newegg for $429.
So the answer is no, apparently, lol.ID: h07h3kg
Ryzen 7 5800X is actually $419.99 on Newegg right now.
I plan to upgrade my CPU in 6 months or so since I got an A520 motherboard. 5600G would be a huge upgrade over my current CPU but I don't really need an integrated GPU so it'll boil down to prices in 6 months or so.
Considering the last few months, won't it be a while before they're actually available at MSRP? 😉
I have a 3600 in my pc. But I would buy one 5600g or 5700g for htpc build with no gpu as secondary pc. It’s probably overkill for my needs but rather do this than get 3200g/ 3400g.
First we need to see benchmarks to know how big the impact on is performance by having only half the L3.